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“…The results obtained contribute evidence to the previous research on the importance of horizontal trust as a strategic mediator variable between transformational leadership at the team level and team performance (i.e., Costa & Anderson, 2011;Palanski, et al, 2011;Tan & Lim, 2009). …”
Section: Model Fitsupporting
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“…The results obtained contribute evidence to the previous research on the importance of horizontal trust as a strategic mediator variable between transformational leadership at the team level and team performance (i.e., Costa & Anderson, 2011;Palanski, et al, 2011;Tan & Lim, 2009). …”
Section: Model Fitsupporting
“…At the group level, trust is a collective phenomenon. When interacting within their team, individuals are more likely to develop shared perceptions, expectations, and behavioral norms with their team coworkers, and through these interactions, team members are likely to develop shared perceptions of trust (Costa & Anderson, 2011). In the HERO model , organizational trust, a key construct in the "healthy employees" component, includes two dimensions: (1) Vertical trust, the degree to which employees trust the actions of their superiors or the organization where they work; and (2) Horizontal trust, the degree to which employees trust the people they work with, trust what they do, and enjoy being with them.…”
Section: Transformational Leadership and Organizational Trustmentioning
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“…Research has shown that trust is a major determinant of commitment (e.g. Costa and Anderson, 2011). Further, project commitment has been found to be positively related to team performance (Hoegl et al, 2004).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Trust within the project team has been associated with several outcomes that are expected to contribute positively to the success of the project. Examples of outcomes are knowledge sharing (Andrews and Delahaye, 2000;Ding et al, 2014;Lee et al, 2010;Park and Lee, 2014), commitment (Costa and Anderson, 2011), team satisfaction (Costa et al, 2001), formation of social networks (Shazi et al, 2015), and team performance (Costa, 2003;De Jong and Dirks, 2012;Webber, 2008). As noted, trust is a complex phenomenon and may have a variety of meanings and impacts, depending on the type of team and the context (Chiocchio and Essiembre, 2009).…”
Section: The Temporal Aspect Of Trust Development In Project Teamsmentioning